Red Rhino Receives Green Hero Award; Hosts Crushing Seminar

September 2008
C&D World;Sep/Oct2008, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p8
The article presents an update on Red Rhino as of September 2008. The company has received the Green Hero award for its special environmental projects. Red Rhino also held its Onsite Recycling of Construction Waste seminar, which focused on the cost savings generated by the onsite recycling of construction waste.


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